- Contacts and locations
- Engagement and consultation
- Policies and guidelines
- Publications and resources
Access and inclusion plans
- Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2014 to 2018
- Our vision - Disability Access and Inclusion Plan
- Disability access and inclusion context
- South Australians living with disability
- Departmental profile - staff with disability
- Disability Access and Inclusion Plan outcomes
- Outcome 1: inclusive and accessible communities
- Outcome 2: economic security and employment
- Outcome 3: rights protection, justice and legislation
- Outcome 4: personal and community support
- Outcome 5: learning and skills
- Outcome 6: health and wellbeing
- Disability Access and Inclusion Plan development and implementation
- ASSIST Therapy Services
- Child and Youth Services
- Exceptional Needs Unit
- Moving On Program
- Office of the Senior Practitioner
2015 unmet need reports
Disability SA provides a snapshot of unmet need data monthly for Disability Services, Guide Dogs SA/NT and Novita Children's Services.
The reports provide the most recent information about the number of eligible people with a disability who are waiting for services. There are four service types. Some individuals may be registered for more than one service type.
- provide group home accommodation to people with disability
- include in-home support with personal care, help with meal preparation, dressing and so on
- help people with disability to find more suitable or appropriate accommodation.
Services that provide:
- support for a person with disability to live in a non-institutional setting
- therapy, early childhood intervention, counselling and behaviour management.
- provide opportunities for people with disability to gain and use their abilities to enjoy their full potential of social independence
- include recreation and leisure activities, and holiday programs
- provide day options programs.
- provide support and maintenance enabling families and voluntary caregivers of people with disability to maintain the primary care relationship
- include own home- and centre-based respite
- provide host family or flexible respite.